Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 1.
    The Quest for Leadership Legitimacy Among Singapore Malays
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    Asian Journal of Political Science, 20.1 (2012): 70-85. (United States).
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    New York: Routledge, 2012.
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    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Singapore’s Ethnic Relations’ Scorecard
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    Journal of Developing Societies, 28.1 (2012): 31-55. (United Kingdom)
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 4.
    The Singapore Minority Dilemma
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    Asian Survey, 51.6 (2011): 1156-71. (United States).
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 5.
    Singapore Malay/Muslim Community, 1819-1994: A Bibliography, Singapore: Centre for Advanced Studies, National University of Singapore, 1995, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 6.
    Parties and Politics: A Study of the PAP and Opposition Parties in Singapore, Singapore: Eastern Universities Press, 2003, Print
    [ 2nd ed., Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic, 2004, Print ]
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Fajar Islam (Journal of Muslim Issues in Singapore), Vol. I, Ed. M.H. Mutalib, Singapore, 1988, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 8.
    “The Progress and Plight of Singapore Malays: Reflections and Lessons of History”
    International Journal of Asian Studies, (2010), Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 9.
    “The Marginalisation of Opposition Parties in Singapore”
    Department Seminar Series (Department of Political Science), presented at Department of Political Science, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore, 13 Feb 1997
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 10.
    “The Islamic Movement in Singapore: Organisation, Activities and Challenges”
    Conference on Islamic Movements in the Malay World, presented at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1 Jan 1986
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 11.
    “The Islamic Movement in Singapore: Organisation, Activities and Challenges”
    Proceedings of Conference on Islamic Movements in the Malay World, Ed. Dewan Bahasa Dan Pustaka, Malaysia: Dewan Bahasa Dan Pustaka, 1992, 38-61, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 12.
    “Singapore’s Quest for a National Identity”
    Imagining Singapore, Ed. K.C. Ban, et al., Singapore: Eastern Universities Press, 2004, 54-80, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 13.
    “Singapore’s Quest for National Identity: The Triumphs and Trials of Government Policies”
    Imagining Singapore, Eds. K.C. Ban, A. Pakir and C.K. Tong , Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1992, 69-98, Print
    [ Imagining Singapore, 2nd ed., Eds. K.C. Ban, A. Pakir and C.K. Tong, Singapore: Eastern Universities Press, 2004, 54-80, Print ]
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 14.
    “Singapore’s Political System”
    Course for Singapore Representatives in the Japan-ASEAN Goodwill Programme, presented on 1 Jan 1994
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 15.
    “Singapore’s Globalization Embrace – And its Implications to the Republic’s Security”
    Contemporary Security Policy (2002), Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 16.
    “Singapore’s Elected Presidency and the Quest for Regime Dominance”
    Department of Political Science Seminar, presented on 1 Dec 1993
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 17.
    “Singapore’s Embrace of Globalisation and Its Implications for the Republic’s Security”
    Contemporary Security Policy, 23.1 (2002): 129-159, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 18.
    “Singapore’s First Elected Presidency: The Political Motivations”
    Managing Political Change in Singapore: The Elected Presidency, Eds. K. Tan and P.E. Lam, London: Routledge, 1997, 167-187, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 19.
    “Singapore’s December 1992 By-Election: Interpreting the Results and the Signals”
    The Round Table : A Quarterly Review of British Commonwealth Affairs, 326 (1993): 159-168, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 20.
    “Singapore’s 2001 General Election and Its Implication for Democracy and Politics in the Republic”
    2002: Perspectives on Singapore, Ed. L.L. Chang, Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies, 2002, 15-39, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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